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Testers attach drug test strips to skin for collecting sweat during a long period of time (10?14 days). Government institutions, which deal with long time drug tests, such as child protective services, parole departments prefer using this kind of test, because the urine drug test isn't appropriate for this period of time. The strips are protected from attempts to take them off and then stick down again, so the testing agency can be assured that the test hasn't been adulterated. When the period of testing comes to an end, a public officer or assistant takes the strip off and sends it to the lab, where it's carefully analyzed. If an individual tested has consumed drugs during the period of testing, the results are positive. However, the type of test isn't supported by governmental agencies, as there're some problems with the documents on various types of drugs.